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Podcast #24: 24.06.11 Dayo Adewuyi

Podcast #24: 24.06.11 Dayo Adewuyi

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Joe Malinga's Mandala feat. Clifford Thornton , Bob Reid feat. Roxianne. De Montaignac, Eddie Harris, James Moody, Elvin Jones and more.

A Deep Deep Podcast from Dayo Adewuyi for us here at The Jazz Meet From Modal to Avant-Garde to straight up firing this is a glorious selection from what has to be some of the best record shelves in London.

There is a wonderful write up on this Podcast by Dayo himself and we are just trying to figure out where to fit it in so you can all see. A massive thanks to Dayo for taking the time to record this for us. He dedicated it to his beautiful wife Modupe who recently celebrated her Birthday.

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Dj Hotsteppa :)

sick man thanks for sharin!

Lion's Milk

Last piece is incredible!

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Hi Rebecca

You can download it from here

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Rebecca Vasmant

is there any download link for this?? x

joey1
joey1

Top stuff

jazfresh
jazfresh

Top drawer!

jays
jays

Deep

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9. Leon Thomas feat. Freddie Hubbard "One"

A Piece Of Cake LP | Label: Palcoscenico | Year: 1980.

This is a personal favourite of mine. A Leon Thomas live european date with a Freddie Hubbard guest appearance. This has a great jazz dance & avant garde slant which swings very nicely with Leon's trademark yodelling. And a very salient message in the music as well. There's a great version of "Little Sunflower" on the album as well.

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8. The Curtis Counce Group "The Butler Did It"

Carl's Blues LP | Label: Contemporary | Year: 1960.

I'm a big fan of the legendary Contemporary label. It's somewhat underrated in my view; some great jazz artists - Chico Freeman, Shelly Manne, Hampton Hawes etc...to name just a few - released some top quality records on the label. This is something I picked up in the late 90s at the now defunct Reckless Records. Even though the make up of the group is a quintet (featuring the likes of Gerald Wilson & Harold Land), this is an unaccompanied drum solo featuring legendary drummer Frank Butler, hence the track title which alludes to his name. Pure drums of passion. Elvin Jones-esque!